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Been Outstanding Capi
tal Musician.
Funeral services for Mrs. Alwilda
J. Matlock, who died unexpectedly
Saturday night at Walter Reed Hos
pital from heart trouble, will be held
it her late residence, 1360 Hamilton
;treet, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o’clock.
Mrs. Matlock was one of the out
itanding pianists and teachers of this
:ity. During her more than 30 years
if prominence in Washington musical
■ircles she numbered among her pu
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°i'N Questions We Are Never Asked
—and Why
—ARE YOUR ESTIMATES HAPHAZARD?
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) IF they were we couldn't stay in business. No
matter how they missed we'd be the losers.
Too high — we'd lose our customers. Too low
Pi —we'd lose our profit.
£ j Our estimators are selected for their experience.
tsOj knowledge and accuracy. Still they are human
xx J beings and human beings sometimes make mis
\0 takes. Yet we think if they'd made many we
_CJ would have heard of them. And so far we haven't.
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<9A/ever Buujppovnt Printing & Advertising
512 lltli Si. N.W. * Phone District S203 \
91st annual statement
DECEMBER 31, 1935
NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
A MUTUAL COMPANY FOUNDED IN 1845
INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
To the Policyholders
and the Public: —
During the year 1935 the New York Life
paid or credited $141,602,272 to living policy*
holders and $67,991,240 to the beneficiaries of
those who died. These huge disbursements
reflect the great social service rendered by this
mutual Company through the cooperative
effort of its policyholders. t
The Company’s assets were $2,243,587,752
at the close of 1935, an increase of $134,082,528
over the previous year. Bonds eligible for
amortization are carried at their amortized
value determined in accordance with the laws
of the State of New York. All other bonds,
including bonds in default, and all stocks
(guaranteed and preferred), are carried at
market value as of December 31, 1935. The
following table shows the diversification of *he
Company’s assets at the end of 1935.
Per Cent of
A»eta emch item to
Dec. 31, 1935 Total Asaet*
Cash on Hand or In ,
Bank.$57,207,273.47 2.55
United States Govern
ment, direct, or fully |
guaranteed Bonds. . . .321,276,844.71 14.32
State. Countv and Mu
nicipal Bonds.218,461,034.63) 9.74
Railroad Bonds.326,116,485.74 14.54
Public Utility Bonds.... 165,657,871.33 7.38
Industrial and Other
Bonds. 25,607,657.58 1.14
Canadian Bonds. 53,235,381.24 2.37
Foreign Bonds. 1,500,627.37 .07
Preferred and Guaran
tee^ Stocks. 80,880,743.00 3,60
Real Estate Owned (In
cluding Home Office). 115,335,505.83 5.14
Foreclosed Real Estate
Subject to Redemption 4,106,665.78 .18
First Mortgages on City
Properties.425,058,944.91 18.95
First Mortgages on
Farms. 9,493,652.22 .42
Policy Loans.379,961,059.47 16.93
Interest & Rents Due
& Accrued. 29,544,227.37 1.32
Net Amount of Uncol
lected and Deferred
Premiums. 29,997,474.44 1.34
Other Assets. 146,303.28 .01
TOTAL ASSETS $2,243,587,752.37 100%
Securitiea amounting to $35,722,134.15 included abova
are depoaited at required by law.
The liabilities, including policy reserves cal
culated on the most conservative basis used
by American life insurance companies, were
$2,126,880,881 on December 31, 1935. A Spe
cial Investment Reserve of $40,000,000 not
required by law, and reserves of $40,073,472
for dividends payable to policyholders in 1936
are included in the liabilities.
Surplus funds reserved for general contin
gencies amounted to $116,706,871.
Mortality was favorably low. Expenses
were slightly higher, due chiefly to increased
taxation.
The interest yield on securities obtainable in
1935 of the high quality and type demanded
by the Company for the investment of its
policyholders’ funds declined throughout the
year. In view of the general financial situa
tion and in adherence to the Company’s prin
ciple that safety is the first requisite in life
insurance and must always be the first con
sideration, the Company deemed it prudent
At the dose of 1935 the Company had
2,672,636 policies in force giving insurance
protection of more than $6,620,800)000 to
homes, families and business interests. The %
amount of new insurance issued by the Com
pany during the year was $466,356,000. In
addition, men and women paid $40,428,582 to
the Company for annuities to provide a guar
anteed life income.
During its history of 91 years, throughout
every financial and economic crisis, the New
York Life has met every obligation it assumed.
Today, as in the past, it is sound and safe.
Policyholders may be assured as to their wis
dom in making provision fbr their dependents
in event of death and for themselves in old age
through their insurance in this Company.
A more complete report listing the securities
owned by the Company, as well as detailed
information on any of our policy contracts,
will gladly be sent upon request to the Com
pany’s Home Office, 51 Madison Avenue, New
York, or to any of its Branch Offices through
out the United States and Canada.
Prtsidtnt
j BOARD OF DIRECTORS
JAMES ROWLAND ANGELL
President, Yale University
New Haven, Conn.
NATHANIEL F. AYER
Treasurer, Cabot Mfg- Co. (Textiles
ARTHUR A. BALLANTINE
Lawyer, Root, Clat'k, Buckner IP}
Bulfantine
CORNELIUS N. BLISS
Member of Board,
Blits, Fabyan IP Co.,
HENRY BRUERE
President, Bowery Saving* Bank]]
MORTIMER N. BUCKNER
Chairman of Board,
New York Trust Co.
THOMAS A. BUCKNER
President
NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLEI
President, Columbia University4
CHARLES A. CANNON
President, Cannon Jdill* Co.
{Kannapolis, N. C._
GEORGE B. CORTELYOU
Former Secretary of the
Treasury of the United States
WILLIAM H. DANFORTH
Chairman of Board,
Ralston-Purina Co.
St. Louii, Mo.
ROBERT E. DOWLING
President, City Inresting Co.
JAMES G. HARBORD
Chairman of Board,
Radio Corporation of America
CHARLES D. HILLES
Resident Manager, New York State,
Employers' Liability Ass urance Corp
HALE HOLDEN
Chairman of Southern Pacific Co.
HERBERT HOOVER
Former President of
the United States
Palo Alto, California
PERCY H. JOHNSTON
Chairman of Board,
Chemical Bank th Trust Co.
WILLARD V. KING
Retired
GERRISH H. MILLIKEN
Preaident,
Deering, Killikan 9 Co.
FRANK PRESBREY
Chairman of Board,
Frank Ptaabray Co..
Adwertiaing
EDWARD L. RYERSON, Jr.
Vice-Chairman,
Inland Stael Company
Chicago, IlL - j
ALFRED E. SMITH
Former Governor of the
State of New York \
J. BARSTOW SMULL
Vice-Preaident,
J. H. Wine heater 9 Co.
PERCY S. STRAUS
Preaident,
R. H. Maey 9 Co., Ine.
RIDLEY-WATTS I
Director,
Chemical Bank 9 Tract Co. j
I IN WASHINGTON, THE NEW YORK LIFE’S BRANCH OFFICE IS All
Shoreham Bldg., 806 15th Street N.W. f
Musician Dies
MBS. ALWILDA J. MATLOCK.
pils many of the present leading mu
sicians.
Mrs. Matlock studied with John
Porter Lawrence for many years and
was one of his star pupils. She was a
pupil of Prof. Fabian, Mme. Von Un
schuld and Wesley Weyman of Bas
ton. More recently Mrs. Matlock
was in Paris with M. Philippe, the
French master of the piano, and
Camille Decreus, director of the Fon
tainbleau School of Music.
Mrs. Matlock was the widow of
Capt. O. J. Matlock, U. S. A., and
was a native of Lowry City, Mo.
Surviving her are her mother, Mrs.
A. Matlock; sisters, Mrs. Josephine
Hess and Mrs. Fred G. Warren of this
city, and Dee Matlock, a brother, of
Warrensburg, Mo.
Burial will be in Arlington Ceme
tery
(ed&r Hill
cWaAhin/}im6 moitBem&lul
(jemetery
Where Perpetual Care Is
More Than a Promise
Authority on Procedure
Known to Hundreds of
Lawyers Here.
Alfred G. Buhrman. 87. assistant
clerk of the District Supreme Court,
where he had been employed many
years, died Saturday night of a heart
attack at his home, 9308 Connecticut
avenue, North Chevy Chase, Md.
Mr. Buhrman began work as typist
and clerk in the court and on April
1, 1890, was appointed assistant clerk.
He was a recognized f uthority on court
procedure and was known to hundreds
of lawyers in this city. He also had
gained considerable recognition as a
hand-writing expert, having testified
in several cases as such.
A native of Waynesboro, Pa., Mr.
Buhrman was the son of the late Rev.
Alfred Buhrman and the late Mrs.
Elizabeth Buhrman. He came to mis
city as a boy and attended the public
schools, later being graduated in law
from the old Columbian Law School,
now George Washington University
Law School.
Mr. Buhrman was a charter member
of the Columbia Country Club and a
member of Victory Post, American
Legion. He headed a Boy Scout troop
and also a model yacht club. Dur
ing the World War he was an officer
in the National Capital Volunteer
Guard.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Katherine Young Buhrman, and a
daughter. Miss Barbara Beatrice
Buhrman.
Funeral services will be held at
noon tomorrow in All Saints’ Episco
pal Church, Chevy Chase, Md. Burial
will be in Glenwood Cemetery.
G. W. MEDICAL GROUP
TO HEAR DR. HERRICK
Dr. W. W. Herrick, clinical professor
of medicine in Columbia University,
New York, will be principal speaker at
the tenth annual banquet of the I
George Washington University Medical!
Society next Saturday night at the
Willard Hotel.
Dr. Herrick, a nationally recognized
authority on internal medicine, is well
known for his writings on the cure of
epidemic spinal meningitis.
The banquet will be held following a
a day of lectures and clinical discus- j
sion in connection with the fourth an
nual post-graduate clinic at the Uni- I
versity. About 400 local and visiting
physicians are expected to attend.
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ABRAHAM. WILLIAM. Suddenly, on Fri
day. February 21. 1930. at Daytona
Beach. Fla. WILLIAM, the beloved hus
band of Laura Abraham of 1727 North
Capitol at. Remains will lie in state at
St. George's Byrian Church. 1009 8th
st. n.w. Funeral Tuesday February
25. at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Glenwood Cemetery.
24
ADLUNG. ANNIE C. Suddenly. February
22. 1930. at the residence of her daugh
ter. Carrie R. Sonnenwald 419 15th st.
s.e.. ANNIE C. ADLUNG. the beloved
wife of the late John Adlung. She
leaves, besides her daughter, four sons.
John. Henry William and George. Fu
neral services at the above residence on
Tuesday. February 25. at 2 p.m. Inter
ment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 24
ALLEN. WILLIAM THOMAS. On Satur
day. February 22. 1030. at his home.
Cabin John. Md.. in his 21st year. WIL
LIAM THOMAS ALLEN the beloved son
of Thomas E. and Bessie V. Allen Re
mains resting at the Colonial funeral
home of William Reuben Pumphrey.
Rockville. Md. Notice of funeral ater.
74
AUSTIN. JOHN L. On Saturday. Febru
ary 22. 1930. at his residence. H21
Maple lane. Silver Soring. Md.. JOHN L.
(JACK) AUSTIN 5. S. A., retired, be
loved husband of Ella A. Austin and fa
ther of Mrs. Margaret L. Smith. Serv
ices at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home.
2901 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. Febru
ary 25. at 2 p.m. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 24
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THE WEATHER
District of Columbia—Cloudy, prob
ably occasional rain tonight and to
morrow; rising temperature; lowest
temperature tonight about 50 degrees;
moderate to fresh south to southwest
wiilds.
Maryland and Virginia—Probably
rain tonight and tomorrow; rising
temperature.
West Virginia—Probably occasional
rain tonight and tomorrow; warmer
tonight; colder in northwest portions
tomorrow afternoon.
Report for Last 48 Hour*.
„ . . Temperature. Barometer.
Saturday— Degrees. Inches.
4 p.m.-20 30.27
8 p.m. - 28 30.33
Midnight- 23 30.37
Sunday—
4 a m.-21 30.41
8 a m._ 10 30.45
Noon - 34 30 43
2 p.m.- 38 30.37
4 p.m._ 38 30.33
8 n.m. - 37 30.34
Midnight- 32 30.33
Today—
4 a m._ 32 30.33
8 a m._ 32 30.34
Noon-41 30.28
Record for I.ast 21 Houra.
Highest. 41, at noon today. Year
ago. 55.
Lowest, 30. at 5:30 a m. today. Year
ago. 28.
Record Temperatures This Year,
Highest, 58. on January 13.
Lowest, 0, on January 23.
Humidity for Last 21 Hour*.
(From noon yesterday to noon today )
Highest. 71 per cent, at 5:30 am
today.
Lowest. 37 per cent, at 3:45 p.m. yes
terday.
Tide Table.
(Furnished by United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey t
Today. Tomorrow.
High ......_ 0:11a.m. 0:58 a.m.
Low____ 3:31 a.m. 4:17 am.
Hiizh U m 1 ft n tn
Low _ 3:50p.m. 4:47p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Rises. Sets.
Sun, today__ 6:50 5:54
Sun tomorrow_6:48 5:55
Moon, toda'- _ 7:3! a m. 8:35pm.
Automobile liehts must be turned on
one-half hour after sunset.
Preripitatlon.
Monthly precipitation in inches in the
Capital (current month to date!:
Month. 1930. Averaee Record
January _ 5.87 3 55 7 (19 87
February _ 3.65 3.77 6 84 84
March _ _ 3.75 8 84 '9!
April __ 3.17 9 13 89
May __ 3.79 10 69 ’So
June_ 4.13 10.94 00
July ____ 4.71 10 63 ’86
Auaust __ 4.01 14 41 'is
September_ _ 3 14 17 4." 34
October _ 1.84 8.57 '85
November_ _ 7 37 8 (to 'so
December_ _ 3.32 7 50 '01
Weather in Various Cities.
Temp. Rain
Stat ons. Baro H’h Low.fall. Weath’r
Abilene. Tex.__ 20.84 so 5b_Cloudy
Albany. N Y __ bo.40 52 8 Cloudy
Atlanta. Ga_bO.bO fit bb_Clear
Atlantic Citv_bO.42 bb bo_Cloudy
Baltimore. Md._ bb.bb bS 28 _Cloudy
Birmingham . . bo 2b b8 50 _Cloudy
Bismarck. N. D. 20.bn 24 10_Cloudy
Boston. Mas.*!_bO 48 b2 lb_Clear
Buffalo. N. Y_2d.i>b 42 bo _Cloudy
Charleston. S.C. bo.4o 52 4 4 _Clear
Chicago. Ill_2d.5b 48 42 _Cloudy
Cincinnati. Ohio 20.04 5b 4b_Cloudy
Cleveland. Ohio 20.8b 52 bs _Cloudy
Columbia. S. C._bobb 58 42 _- Clear
Denver. Colo_20.52 b2 b4_Cloudy
Detroit. Mich_20.7b 4 2 bb_Cloudy
El Paso. Tex_ 20 84 T4 5<L_Clear
Galveston. Tex. bo 08 bs 5* Cloudy
Helena. Mont._ 20.64 bb 2 (U'b Cloudy
Huron. S. Dak... 2d.f>s b4 2” _Cloudv
Indianapolis __ 20.R2 52 44 Cloudy
Jacksonville . _ b0.4o bb 4b _Clear
Kansas City. Mo 20 58 r»4 58 _Cloudy
Los Angele^.... bo.no bo 5o _Clear
Louisville. Ky 20.04 bo 54 O.oi Cloudv
Miami. Fia._bo.bl 70 bb_Cloudv
Minneapolis_20..18 bs bO _Rain c.
N. Orleans. La.. bO.22 72 5b _Cloudv
New York. N Y. bo 42 bb 2*1 _Cloudv
Oklahoma City_ 20.74 7*' 58 ... Cloudy
Omaha Nebr.._ 20 5*5 4*5 bS _Cloudy
Philadelphia __b0 4o :»,4 2« o.m Cloudy
Phoenix. Ariz._ 20.88 b£> 54 0.02 Pain e.
Pittsburgh. Pa._ bo.o4 44 b4 _Cloudy
Portland. Me_bn 48 bn ]0 Clear
Portland. Oreg._ 20.72 4•> b4 0 18 Cloudy
Raleivh. N. C.__ b().b2 4b b4 Clear
Salt Lake City. 20.74 4b 28 0 42 Snow
San Antonio... 20.0b 74 «2 _ Cloudy
San Dieco. Calif b0.02 60 54 0.22 Clear
San Francisco. b0.02 54 44 0.1b Cloudy
St. Louis Mo_ 20.70 82 50 _ Cloudv
Reattlp. Wash 20.bb 40 bn O.bO Cloudy
Spokane. Wash. 29.58 38 20 __Clear
Timna. Fla_30.30 70 54 - Cloudy
WASH., D. C._ 30.34 40 30 -Cloudy
'_LOST. _
Lost and Found advertisements
for the daily Star will be accepted
Mondays to Fridays, inclusive, up
to noon day of issue. Saturdays
and legal holidays up to 10 a m.
day of issue. For The Sunday Star
up to 11 p m. Saturday.
BOSTON TERRIER PUPPY—Black and
white: answers to name Trixie; near Col.
and Ontario rds. Reward. Adams 48T8-J.
_25*
BROOCH, diamond, sapphire, in platinum,
with safety clasp. Reward. Clev. 2973_
CAPE, sequin, in or near vicinity of Shore
ham Hotel Saturday night. Reward.
Phone Georgia 0083, _
COCKER SPANIEL, name Socrates. Re
ward for return. Chevy Chase School.
Wisconsin 4200.__
COIN PURSE—Tooled leather, containing
money; on Conn. ave. or Tilden st. Re
ward. Phone Walnut 7700._25*
EYEGLASSES, in black case, lost between
2 Sherman circle and 4800 3rd st. n.w.,
by Decatur st. Call Georgia 6520._
GLASSES—White gold rims: lost Satur
day in Rock Creek Park, vicinity Pierce
Mill or Tilden st. Cleveland 7246. Reward.
HANDBAG—Lady's, dark brown, contain
ing eyeglasses; near Home Theater. 12th
and C sts. n.e. Phone Atlantic 0469-J. or
1335 Ives place s.e._
MONEY—$29: Friday, between Standard
Oil Bldg, and Lansburgh’s Dent. Store.
Call Georgia 8163. Reward._
POCKETBOOK. black, containing papers,
permit and keys. Keep money. Call Alex
andria 1209-W._ •_
POCKETBOOK. brown, tady’s large hand
bag. containing check, papers, in Chevy
Chase. Reward. Phone Wise. 3937._24*
RING, gold and platinum. 5 large, 100
small stones: Wednesday afternoon. Re
ward. North 7951. Apt. 412._261•_
SCOTT IE. license No. 9267: vicinity 4th
ard Evarts n.e Reward. North 20:19-J._
SPITZ DOG. young, all white, red collar
slightly faded: name "Fritzie.” Lost vicin
ity Chevy Chase, Md. Reward. Call Wis
consin 2526 _
TUBE TESTER. National Union, on street.
Reward **hone Decatur 1717
WATCH—Lady’s, white gold. Elgin, ob
long: initials on back, "E. W. C.”; between
Mvdrlllon restaurant and Metropolitan
Theater. Please call Cleveland 0237,
Reward
WIRE-HATRED FOX TERRIER, female,
slightly deal, collar and leash: name
“Trlxy ” Liberal reward. Potomac 0102.
Know the Facts
Positive proof that Joseph Gawler’a Sons superlative service is avail*
able to every one is shown by this tabulation of the price range of our
last 1,000 adult funeral services.
Price raure Number at
i ’ Services
Less than $200— - 119
$201 to $300_230
$301 to $400_252
$401 to $500_189
$501 to $600_102
$601 to $900 _ 71
More than $900-... 37
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Alfred B. Gawler Walter A. Gawler
William A. Gawler Joseph H. Gawler
Joseph Gawler’s Sons, Ii|c.
Funeral Director! linen 1S59
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BAILEY. JAMES S. Departed this life
suddenly. Saturday. February 22. 1930.
at his residence. 220 L st. s.w.. JAMES
S. BAILEY. He leaves to mourn their
loss one sister, one brother, a niece and
a a host of friends. Remains resting at
Barnes & Matthews’ funeral home. 614
4th st. s.w. Notice of funeral later.
BALDWIN. BOWMAN. On Sunday. Feb
ruary 23. 1036. at Homeooathic Hos
fital. BOWMAN BALDWIN of 1368
ucltd st. n.w.. wife of the late Mosby
Baldwin. Services at the S. H. Hines
Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w..
on Tuesday. February 23. at 12:30 p.m.
Interment Greenmount Cemetery. Balti
more, Md.
BARNHOLT. MARGARET M On Satur
day February 22. 1036. at Daytona
Beach. Fla.. MARGARET M. beloved
wife of William H. Barnholt. Notice of
funeral later. 24
BELL. GERTRUDE C. On Sunday. Feb
ruary 23. 1936. at the Episcopal Eye.
Ear and Throat Hospital. GERTRUDE
C BELL, beloved sister of James J. Bell
and aunt of Marearet E Kendig. Fu
neral from her late residence. 504 Bu
chanan st. n.w . on Wednesday. Feb
ruary 20. at 9:30 am ; thence to St.
Gabriel’s Church, where requiem mass
will be said at 10 a.m. for the repose of
her soul. Interment Glenwood Cemetery.
Relatives and friends Invited to attend.
95
BELL. GERTRUDE. The Ladles’ Sodality
of St. Gabriel's Church will meet at the
late residence of Mrs. GERTRUDE BELL,
504 Buchanan st. n.w.. on Tuesday. Feb
ruary 35. 1030. at 7:30 p.m., to recite
the Rosarv.
MRS. MADELINE KRAFT. Prefect.
IDA MAY MADIGAN, Sec.
BERNAU. LOUIS. Suddenly, on Sunday.
February 33. 1030. at his residence.
1304 C st. s.w . LOUIS BERNAU. aged
00 years, beloved husband of Mary Ber
nati and father of Katie, Archie and
Minnie Bernau. Funeral from the
chapel of P A. Taltavull. 430 7th tt.
s w. on Tuesday. February 25. at 2 p m.
Relatives and friends are invited. In
terment Prospect Hill Cemetery. Mem
bers of Oldest Inhabitants please take
notice.
BERNAU, LOUIS. The members of the
Association of Oldest Inhabitants are
requested to attend the funeral of our
late associate. LOUIS BERNAU. from
the chapel of P. A. Taltavull. 436 7th
st. s.w . Tuesday. February 25. at 2 p.m.
THEODORE W. NOYES. President.
J. ELIOT WRIGHT. Secretary.
BOGAN. CATHERINE E. On Monday. Feb
ruary 24. 1036. CATHERINE £.. be
loved wife of the late Charles J. Bogan.
Funeral from her late residence, the
Montgomery Ant., 1151 North Capitol
st., Apt 4. on Wednesday. February
26. at 8:30 a.m. Solemn high requiem
mass at St. Aloysius Church at 0 a.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
St. Mary's Cemetery. Please omit
flowers. 25
BRISCOE. SAMUEL NICHOLAS. On Sun
day. February 23. 1030. at 5:50 p.m.,
at his residence. 2040 N:chols ave. s.e.. I
SAMUEL NICHOLAS BRISCOE, beloved I
husband of Catherine Briscoe and de
voted father of Lenora. Catherine West.
Samuel Nicholas. jr.. and Ralph
Joseph Briscoe. He is also survived by
a devoted sister. Carrie Pierce: a brother.
Fred Briscoe: two daughters-in-law and
sir: grandchildren Funeral services
Thursday. February 27. at 0 a.m.. at
Our Lady of Perpetual HeiD Catholic
Ciiurch. 15th st. and Morris rd. s.e..
where high requiem mass will be cele
brated for repose of his soul. Relatives
and friends invited to at’end. Inter
ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 20
BIHRMAN. ALFRED G. On Saturday !
rcDiuary 22. j:at ii::in nm.. at
his home. 030b Conn. ave.. North Chevy j
Chase. Md. ALFRED G BUHRMAN the
beloved husband of Katherine Youn?
Buhrman. and father of Barbara Beatrice
Buhrman. Remains resting at the Co
lonial funeral home of William Reuben
Pumohrey. Funeral services at All
Saints' Enuscopal Church. Chevy Chase.
Md.. Tuesday. February 25. at 12 noon.
Intelment Glenwood Cemetery.
Bl'ONINf SCIPIO. On Sunday. February
23. 1 030. at his residence. .V»]f> 41st
st n.w.. SCIPTO BUONINI. beloved hus
band of Melanie Buonini. Remains rest
nc at the Lee funeral home. 4th st.
and Mass ave. n.e . where services will
be held on • Wednesday. February 20.
l!*.3d at ]J am. Relatives and friends
’nvited to attend. Interment private. 25
CARROLL. BLANCHE E. Departed this
life on Monday. February 24 1036. at
Emergency Hospital. BLANCHE E
CARROLL daughter of Mary A. King
Wilson and the late Frank C. King: de
voted wife of Frank A. Carroll, loving
mother of Albert M. and Leonard C.
Carroll, sister ot Aurelia Dunnington.
Mary Carter. Maroli.se Summerville. :
Henrietta Wheeler William F . Gordon i
C Charles R.. Norbert M.. Julia L. and
Theresa King. She leaves to mourn
their loss a grandmother. Mary M
Gordon: three aunts, one uncle and
many other relatives and friends. Re- ;
mains resting at Barbour Bros.' funeral
home. 4b K street n.e. Notice of fu- ;
ncral 'ater 25
CORCORAN. ANNIE V. On Saturday. Feb- 1
ruary 22. 10.3»;. p* her residence. 5007 1
4th st. n w. ANNIE V CORCORAN, wife
of the late Edward R. Corcoran. Serv
ices at the S. H. Ilines Co. funeral home.
2001 l‘*th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. Feb
ruarv 25. a* 2:50 p.m. Interment Glen
wood Cemetery.
CORNELL. NANNIE V. On Monday. Feb
ruary 24. 105<i. at her residence. !4o!)
Hamlin st. n.e.. NANNIE V CORNELL,
beloved wife of Harry W. Cornell md
mother of Ruth Cornell Armstead. Re
mains resting at the W Ernest Jarvis
funeral church. 1 j52 You st. n.w. Notice
of funeral later.
CROWN. BERTHA H. On Friday Febru j
ary 21. 1030 at her residence. 03: K st.
n.e.. BERTHA H. CROWN, beloved wife i
of Louis S. Crown, mother of Delorls.
Genevieve and Louis S. Crown, jr.. and
sisrer of Mrs A. Nock and Robert E.
Da vs. Funeral from the above residence j
on Tuesday February 25. at 8.30 a m :
thence to thp Ho'v Name Church where
requiem mass will be sa’d at 0 am for i
the repose of her soul. Interment Mount !
Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends ;
i invitprt ‘’A
DAVIS. EMMA KERICK. On February
! 24. 1926. at the residence of her daugh- ,
ter, Mrs. T. B Howland. 22 Mason st..
Alexandria. Va.. EMMA KERICK
DAVIS, widow of the late James Henry
Davis Funeral services at above
residence Wednesday. February 26. at
2 p.m. Interment in Union Cemetery.
Alexandria. Va.
DELIN'. JOHN CLARENCE. On Saturday.
February 22. 1926. at Atlanta. Ga..
JOHN CLARENCE DULIN the beloved
husband of Blanch Dulin and father of
John and Edward Thomas Dulin and
son of Mollie T. and the late Edward E.
Dulin. Funeral service at his
mother's residence. 1222 D st. n.e.. on
■Wednesday. February 26. at 2 pm.
Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 25
Dy«ON. GEORGE. Departed this life on
Friday. February 21. 1926. GEORGE
DYSON, son of the late William H. and
Sarah Dyson. He leaves two brothers
and seven sis'ers and other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at the fune_ral
parlors of Alexander S. Pane. 215 15th
st. s e. Funeral Tuesday. February 25.
at. 9 a.m . from St. Vincent De Paul's
Church. South Caoito! and M sts. s.e.
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
ECCARD. LOl'ISE M. Suddenly, on Sun
day February 22. 3926. at her rest*
deuce. 1015 N st. n.w,. LOUISE M.
ECCARD. aged 82. widow of the late
Adolph Eccard. She leaves to mourn
their lo.« two daughters. Mrs Flora
Israel. Mrs. Clara G. Lamster. and
three sons, Albert. William and August.
Remains trest'ng at Hysone's funeral
parlors. 1200 N st. n.w. Funeral serv
ices 2 p.m. Wednesday. February 26.
Interment Prospect Hill Cemetery. •
FALLON. REV. JAMES PATRICK. O. M. I.
On February 22. >926. at Providence
Hospital. Rev JAMES PATRICK FAL
LON. O. M. I., brother of the late R'cht.
Rev. M F Falloh- O, M. I.. Bishop of
London. Ontario: of Rev. Charles A. Fal
lon. O. M. I.. of Ottawa. Ontario: of
Vincent L. Fal’on of Kingston. Ontario,
and of Joseph J Fallon of Cornwall. On
tario Funeral on Tuesday. February
25. at 30 a.m.. from the Oblate Scholas
tlcate. 291 Michigan ave. n.e. > Burial
in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
GOLDEN. ELIZABETH A. On Sunday.
February 22 1926. at her residence,
742 3rd st. r.AV,. ELIZABETH A.
GOLDEN beloved wife of the late John
Arthur Golden. Funeral from the W.
W. Chambers Co. funeral home on Wed
nesday. February 26. at 1:30 p.m. Serv
ices at St. Mark's Episcopal Church. 2rd
and A sts. s.e.. at 2 p.m. Relatives and
friends are invited. Interment Glen
wood Cemetery. 26
GPOVES. MARY C. On Sunday. February
22. 1926. at 10:05 am., at her resi
dence, 615 M ut. s.w MARY C GROVES,
beloved wife of William S. Groves. Re
mains resting at I'vsong s parlors. 1300
N st. n w Funeral service Tuesday.
February 25. at. 2 p.m. Interment Con
gress onal Cemetery
HAWKINS. HENRIETTA. Departed this
life on Saturday February 22. 1926. at
her residence. 222 Schotts ct. n.e.. HEN
RIETTA HAWKINS, loving daughter of
Mrs. Frances Dozier, lovine sister of
Grant Thomas She also leaves other
relatives and friends to mourn her de
parture Remains resting at the John
T. Rhtnes funeral chapel 3rd and Eve
sts. s.w. Funeral at 1 p.m.. Tuesday.
February 25. from the Ebenezer M E.
Church. 4th and D streets s.e.. Rev
King officiating. Interment Rosemor.t
Cemetery.
HALL. MARY F. On Sunday, February
23. 1936. MARY F. HALL of 3761 Ben
ton st. n.w.. beloved mother of Mrs.
uui a Mi, iaiuuib. tiauica *v. aiiu iviman4
J. Hall. Funeral from the above ad
dress on Tuesday. February 2(1, at 9:30
am.; thence to the Holy Trinity
Church. 36th end O sts. n.w . where
mass will be offered for the repose of
her soul Relatives and friends are in
vited. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery.
HARMAN. FREDERICK G. On Sunday.
February 23. limit, at Mount Alto Hos
pital. FREDERICK G. HARMAN, beloved
husband of Fauline E. Harman and fa
ther of Rose Marie. Paula. Frederick.
Jr., and Joan Harman. Funeral from
the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast lu
neral home. 517 11th st. s e., on Thurs
day. February 27. at 2 p m. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery. 26
HOHMANN. ANTON. Suddenly, on Satur
day. February 22 1936. ANTON HOH
MANN. the beloved husband of Elmire
Hohmann of 1433 Foxhall rd. n w Fu
neral from the above address on Tues
day. February 25, at 9:39 a.m.: thence
to Our Lady of Victory Church. Reser
voir and Conduit rds. n.w.. where mass
will be offered at 10 a.m. for the repose
of his soul. Relatives and friend in
vited. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 24
HOHMANN. ANTON. The comrades of
General M. E. Urell Camp. No.
9. United Spanish War Veterans,
are requested to meet at 1433
Foxhall rd. n.w., Tuesday. Feb
ruary 25. 1830. at 9 a.m.. for
the purpose of attending the
funeral of our late comrade.
ANTON HOHMANNunning ^
R. E. WASHBURNS. Adit.
Sfattja
HOHMANN, ANTON. Washington Lodge. !
No. 15. B. P. O. Elks: The
lodge will convene In ses
sion of sorrow at 7:45 p.m.
Monday. February 24. for
the purpose of paying trib
ute to the memory of our
late brother. ANTON HOH
MANN. affiliate of May 3.
_ . . , 1822. who passed to the
Grand Lodge of the Hereafter February
22. 1836. Elk services at hU late resi
dence. 1433 Foxhall read n.w.. at 8:15
P.m. By order of
JAMES J. MURRAY. Exalted Ruler.
Attest: W. S. SHELBY, Secretary.
HOHMANN. ANTON. Tne comrades of Out
Post Tawl-Tawl. Society of the Army of
the Philippines, are reauested to meet
at 1433 Foxhall rd. n.w. Tuesday. Feb
ruary 25. 1836. at 0 a.m . for the pur
pose of attending the funeral of our late
comrade. ANTON HOHMANN.
E M. LUSKEY. Oomdr
J. B. FREELAND. Secretary. •
JACKSON. MABEL. On Saturday. Feb
ruary 22. 1836. MABEL JACKSON, the
devoted mother of Joseph Ware and lov
ing sister of Estelle Lincoln and Thelma
Penn. She also leaves two aunts and
one niece. Remains .resting at the W.
Ernest Jarvis funeral church, 1432 You
st. n.w Notice of funeral later.
KNOWLES. WILLIAM. Col. John J. Astor
Camp. No. 6. Dept. D C.. U. S.
IW. V., sorrowfully announces
the death of Comrade WIL
LIAM KNOWLES, at United
States Soldiers' Home Hospital.
February 23. 1936. Funeral,
with military honors, from
United States Soldiers' Home Chapel
Wednesday. Fehruarv 36 at 10*48 a m.
Interment at united States Soldiers
Home National Cemetery. 25
LAUGHLIN. WILLIAM H. On Saturday.
February 22. 1930, at Emergency Hos
pital. WILLIAM H. LAUGHLIN of 1725
17th st. n.w. Body resting at the parlors
of Almus R. Speare. 102.3 Connecticut ave.
LIEB. MARY K. On Saturday. February
22,il036 at her residence. 1540 Ridge
Pi. s.e.. MARY K. LIEB. the beloved
wife of John F. Lleb and mother of
John F. Licb Jr.. and Mrs Mavmie A.
Frazier. Remains resting at the W W
Chambers Co. Southeast 'unce" home
517 11th st. s.e.. until Tuesday February
25. at 9 a m. Services and Interment
Philadelphia. Pa. 24
LITHGOW ALI.EN H. On Saturday. Feb
ruary 22. 1930. at his residence. 1340
South Carolina ave. s.e.. ALLEN H be
loved husband of Alice A. Lithgow and
father of Mrs. F. I. Bartlett Services
will be held at his late residence n.
Tuesday. February 25. at 3 p.m. Inter
ment Gienwood Cemetery. Relatives and
friends invited. 24
LUDWIG. OTTO H. On Friday. February
21. 1930 OTTO H. LUDWIG, the be
loved husband of Frida C. Ludwig and
father of Otto jr.: Bertha. Richard
Walter. Emma and Carl Ludwie. Re
mains resting at W. W. Chambers Co
Southeast funeral home 517 11th st
s.e. Notice of funeral later.
LYNES. VIRGINIA ALICE. On February
23, 930. at 12:30 pm., at 13* Pierce
st. n.w., VIRGINIA ALICE LYNES She
leaves in mourn one sister. Corinne
Lattimore. ai d a host of other relatives
and friends. Remains resting at Lowe's
funeral home. 4th and Eye n.w. Notice
of funeral later.
MANSFIEID. ETTA M. On Saturday. Feb
ruary 22. 1930. at her residence Stone
leiqh Court Apartments. ETTA M.
MANSFIELD. Remains resting at Hy
song’s parlors. 1300 N st. n.w. Funeral
services at the above narlors on Tues
day. February 25. at 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Crema
tion (Drivatel Cedar Hill Cemetery.
MATLOCK. AT.WH.DA J. On Saturday.
February 22. 1030. at Walter Reed
General Hospital. ALWI1DA J. MAT
LOCK. wife of the late Oscar J, Mat
lock. Body resting at her late residence.
1300 Hamilton st. n.w,. where services
will be held on Tuesday, February 25. at
2 p.m.. tollowed by jnterment In Arling
ton National Cemetery. *
MAY. HORACE B. On Sunday February
930, at Sibley Memorial Hospital.
HCPaCE B. MAY. the beloved husband
of Clara A May. Remains resting at
♦he W. W Chambers Co. Southeast fu
neral home. 517 ilth st. s.e Notice
cf funeral later. Please omit flowers.
Me 4ULIFFE. PATRICK. On Friday. Feb
ruary 21 1930. at his residence. 1335
Shepherd st n.w.. PATRICK Me AULIFFE.
beloved husband of Catharine McAuhffe.
Funeral from his late residence on
Tuesday February 25. at 9:30 a m.
Requiem mass at the Sbrine of the
Sacred Heart at 10 am. Relatives and
friends invited to attend. Interment
Mount cuvet cemetery. 24
McDOWELL. MARY. On Sunday. Feb
ruary 23. 1033. after a Unerring illness.
MARY McDOWELL of 417 Ridge st n.w.
Remains resting at Frazier's funeral
home 380 Rhode Island ave. n.w. No
tice of funeral later.
McLAL'GHLIN. FRANCESCA B. On Sun
day February 23. 1033. at her ’•esi
cence. 3551 Hertford d). n.w.. FRAN
CESCA B McLAUGHUN. daughter of
the ate John and Mary McLaughlin.
Notice of funeral later.
MOFFETT, BELLA WHITE. On Sunday.
February 23. 1033. at her residence.
3242 Hall place n.w. BELLA WHITE
MOFFETT, wife of the late Frank A
Moffett. She is survived by two nieces.
Mrs. B'-'lla White Griffith and Mrs. Mae
White Lmdsay of Montclair. N J. Serv
ices at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home.
2001 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. Feb
ruary 25. at 3:30 p.m. Interment
Glenwood Cemetery.
MOORE. RUEBEN WILLIAMS. On Sun
day. February 23 1033. at his residence.
nn Rhode Island ave. n.w.. RUEBEN
WILLIAMS. Beloved husband of Celestia
H Moore. Funeral from his late resi
dence on Tuesday. February 25. at 2
Dm. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
MURPHY. JOSEPH A. On Sunday. Feb
ruary 23. 1033. at Oeorep Washington j
University Hospital JOSEPH A. MUR- 1
PHY. Funeral from Saffell'.s chapel. 5th i
and H sts. n.w.. on Wednesday. February
31:. at 8:30 a.m.- th^nc*5 to St. Patrick’1: :
Church, where mass will be said at 0 j
a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. ,
25 i
MYERS. HELEN M. On Sunday. February I
2.3. 1938. at Sibley Memorial Hospital j
HELEN M. MYERS, beloved wife of
John W. Myers. Remains resting at
the Lee funeral home. 4th and Massa
chusetts ave. n.e.. where services will be
held on Tuesday. February 25. at 2
p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
NOLAN. jri.IA. On Sunday. Februarv 2.3
J lllirt J'J.UA. beloved wife of James
J. Nolan and mother of Victor L. Nolan.
Funeral from her late residence. 154.3
.ird st. n.w. on Wednesday. February
2fi. at fi a.m. Requiem mass at the
Church of the Immaculate Conception
at fli.30 a.m. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
terv 25
O'DONNELL. MART A. On Monday Feb
ruary 24. 1 IKlrt. at her residence. 314
2nd st n.e.. MARY A. O'DONNELL, be
loved mother of Mrs. Lloyd K. Clofcey
and sister of Mrs. E. P. Allen of Wash
ington. D C.i Mrs. George Ranson.
James Cummings of Batavia. N. Y.. and
Thomas Cummings of Buffalo. N. Y.
Funeral from her late residence on
Wednesday. February 28, at 8:,30 a.m ;
thence to St, Joseph's Catholic Church.
2nd and C sts. n.e.. where mass will be
offered at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment at Batavia. N. 5’.
(Batavia. N. Y.. papers please copy ! 25
Ot'RAND. ELIZABETH C. On Monday,
February 24. J93B. at h"r residence.
1.3.39 Childress st. n.e . ELIZABETH C .
beloved wife of Frank H. Ourand. No
tice of funeral later.
r.inivr.w. ivi.tnx. j-wpurLeu uiu iiif on
Saturday. February 22.'1936. at 11:45
D m.. MARY PARKER of 1608';. Marion
st. n.w. She leaves to mourn their loss
a husband. Benjamin Parker: father.
Thomas Mil’er: mother. Elizabeth Miller:
one sister. Gladys Miller, and a host of
other relatives and friends. Funeral
Wednesday. February 26. at p.m.. from
the George B. Clarke Co. funeral par
lor. 1416 Florida ave. n.e. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 25
PARKER. WILLIAM HENRY. On Satur
day. February 22 1936. at University
Hospital. Baltimore. Md.. WILLIAM
HENRY PARKER, devoted husband of
the laie Eunice Parker, devoted father
of Mrs. Edmonia Morton. Mrs. Addie
Nickens. Maurice. Marauret. William
and David Parker. He also leaves other
relatives and friends to mourn his de
mise. Remains resting at the John T
Rhines funeral chapel 3rd and Eve «•*.
s.w. where funeral services will be held
at 2 p.m. W»dnesdav. February 26. In
terment Rosemont Cemetery. Relatives
and friends invited. 25
PETTITT. CHARLES FRANKLIN. On Sat
urday. February 22. 1936 CHARLES
FRANKLIN PETTITT a"ed 68 years. : e
loved husband of Maria Pettitt Funeral
from the W. W Deal funeral home 816
H st. n.e.. on Tuesday February 25. at
lrt a m. Interment Bealsville. Md. 24
PHELPS. MARTHA ANNE. On Saturday
February 22. 1936. at her residence.
1832 16th st. n.w.. MARTHA ANNE
PHELPS 'nee Mattie Lawson', beloved
wife of William C. Phelps. Body rest
ing at the Tabler funeral home. 4217 9th
st n.w.. where services will be held on
Tuesday. February 25 at 3 p.m.. fol
lowed by interment In Rock Creek
Cemetery. •
ROBERTSON. MARGARET M. On Sun
day. February 23. J936. MARGARET
M. ROBERTSON, bfloved wife of the
late William Robertson and mother of
Jesse F. Robertson of 1516 North Cap
itol st. Funeral from the above resi
dence on Wednesday. February 26 at
9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Alovslus
Church at 10‘a.m. Relatives and friends
invited to attend. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 25
ROBINSON. ELNORA. On Saturday. Feb
ruary 22 1936 at Georgetown Univer
sity Hospital. ELNORA ROBINSON of
1439 S st. n.w.. the beloved mother of
Eugene H. Early. Remains resting at
the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church.
1432 You st. n.w. Funeral Tuesday.
February 25. at 1 p.m.. from Plymouth
Congressional Church. 17th and P sts.
n.w. Interment Harmony Cemetery.
ROBINSON. ELNORA. The Tlnney Phyllis .
Wheatley Society is requested to attend
the funeral of Mrs. ELNORA ROBINSON
17th and P sts. n.w.. on Tuesday. Feb
ruary 2ft. 1030. at 1 o’clock.
MAYME B. LANE. President. I
MARGARET BYRD. Rec. Sec.
ROOSEVELT. COL HENRY LATROBE. On
Saturday, February 22, liuti. at Wash
ington. D. C.. In his ft<ith year. Col. |
HENRY LATROBE ROOSEVELT, son of 1
Nicholas Latrobe and Eleanor Roosevelt.
Funeral services In St. John’s Episcopal
Church. Washington. D. C.. at 11:30
a m. Tuesday, February 2ft. Interment
at Arlington.
SHARPER. ERNEST AUGUSTUS. Sudden
ly. on Friday. February 21. ERNEST
AUGUSTU8 SHARPER, son of Mr. end
Mrs. James Howard 8harper. brother of
Edith Dixon. He also leaves other reie- .
tlves and friends. Remains resting at
the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church l
1432 You at. n.w.. until 4 p.ra. Monday; ,
thereafter at his mother’s residence.
Tysons Comer. Va. Funeral Tuesday i
February 25. at 1:30 p.m.. from Pleas
ant Grove M. E. Church. Fairfax Co.,
Va. 24
i
Dratljfl
ILENCE. DELORES. On Saturday. Feb
ruary 22 1966. DELORES SILENCE, be
loved daughter of Horace and Alberta,
Silence, sister of Irma Perris. Evelyn and
Horace 8ilence. granddaughter of Wil
liam G. Silence. She also leaves other
relatives and friends. Rertiains resting
at the W Ernest Jarvis funeral church,
1462 You st. n.w. Funeral Wednesday.
February 26. at 2 p m., from Silo Bap
tist Church, Ordrick Corner. Va. 25
rHOMAS. EMMA HUTTON. On Sunday#
February 26, 1966, at her residence.
St. n.w., EMMA HUTTON
THOMAS, beloved wife ol the late
George W. Thomas and mother of Mrs.
Wilham H Brown. Mrr. Thomas Harris
and Mrs. Thomas Cleary of New York
City and William A . George W.. C.
Austen and Harry H Thomas of New
York City. Remains resting at the above
residence until Wednesday. February 26,
at 1:60 p.m. Funeral services at thfc
Tabor Methodist Protestant
Church. 65th st. and Wisconsin ave.
n.w., on Wednesday. February 26. at *3
P in Relatives and friends are invited.
Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 25
rHOMAS. OSCAR L. On Saturday. Feb
ruary 22. 1960 at Garfield Memorial
Hospital. OSCAR L THOMAS, beloved
husband of the late Frances Thomas
andIboloved father of John H and Oscar
L. Thomas, ir. Funeral from his 'ate
residence. 3724 Benton st. n w . Tues
day. February 25 at 2 o’clock pin.
Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment Laurel Md. 24
rHOMPSON. LOUIS h'DADA”). Departed
this life cn Sunday. February 26,
at Gallinger Muhicipal Hospital.
LOUIS THOMPSON. He leaves to
mourn their loss a wife father. Charles
Thompson; one son Louis Thompson,
Jr.: three brothers. John. Boh and Ber
nard; three sisters. Bessie Blair. Mary
Boxley and Janie Livernool Remains
resting at Eugene Ford's funeral hrmp.
ctjuiii uajjnuj uniii wennesaav.
February 20. Funeral f» a m from 5?.
Vincent De Paul's Catholic Church.
South Capitol and M sts. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemcterv. 25
TOLSON ROBERT M. Suddenly, on Set
urday, February 22 1 ;. ROBERT M.
TOLSON beloved husband of Neilie L.
Tolson and father of Donald C. ard
Robert M Tolson. jr. Remains resting
at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral
home. 1400 Cl.apin st. n.w. Funeral
services in Fort Myer Chapel on
Wednesday. February 20, at 2 p.m. Rel
atives and friends are invited. Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery. 25
TOLSON, ROBERT M. All members cf
Lincoln Post. No 17. American
Legion, are hereby notified o'
a special meeting to be he’d
at the W. W Chambers Co.
funeral home 1400 Chapin *•L
n v.. on Tuesday. February 25,
1030. at H p.m. Your at
tendance is urgently requested
R. W PHILLIPS. Cemmar^r.
O. E ROBERTS. Adjutant. 25
TICARINO. CAMIME SERRF. On Sunday,
February 23. 1030. at B-rcrolt. Va .
CAMILLE SERRF VKMRINO hehved
wife of the late .Jran Edouard Vicarino
and mother of Mme R^sma Vicars no
and sister of Mrs F S Anderson. She
is a so survived by rne granddaughter,
Mimi V. Guyer attending Brena-i Collp~r
Ga. Funeral in New York City a' a
later date. Interment Woodlown Ccme
ft’ALKFR. GEORGE AIVIV. Sudder.lv. mi
Saturday. February 22 ’0:'*;. at Provi
dence Hospital. GEORGE ALVIN
WALKER beloved husband of Doroth”
Cecelia Walker <nee Donovan*. Fr.n**:-.»1
from the residence of >iis wife's parent'.
3420 P st. n.w.. on Tuesday. February
25. at 8:3(» am: thnrce to Ho’y Trim:v
Catholic Church. wh*r*» mass will
said at 0 a m. for the renose cf his soul.
Relatives and friends are invited. In
terment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
tVM.KFR. GEORGE ALVIN The mem
bers of ihe Holy Tnnry Branch of
Holv Name Society will mee* at 312<;
P st n.w to recit^ the office of the
dead for our late brother. 0t'0Pr’E AT -
VIN WALKER, at 7:30 pm.. Monday.
Febmary 24 1030.
CHARLES C. WHITE S"C.
iVEFKLY. ETTA GRACE. On Sundav.
February 23. 102.0. LTTA GRACE V/EEIC
IY of Suit Hamilton st n.w beloved
daughter of William and. Estrl'a Dov.rs
of Marshall, 111. Funeral services wi’L
be hp!d at the parlors of Alrr.us R.
Soeare. 1023 Connecticut ave . on Mon
day. February 24. at 3 p.m. Interment
pr. Marsnan. in
IVHALEY. OFPA VIRGINIA. Or. Saturday.
February 22 at her residence.
2.*?44 R st. s.e . ORRA VIRGINIA
V/HA LEY. beloved wife of Wlham F.
Whaley. Services at the R H H’.r.es
Co funeral home. 2001 14:h .it nw.
on Tuesday February 25. at 10 an.
Interment Mid'-'leburg. Va.
IVOODWARD. VIRGINIA E. On Sundav.
February 2 •*{. lfl.'h; at Monuome-’*
County General Hospital. VIRGINIA F.
WOODWARD, age 51 years. Rriv
resting at Gartners funeral home
Gaithersburg. Md. Notice of funer 1
later.
In fflrtttnrlam.
HU Mr. I I LA A. In loving memory r?
rur d'-ar mother. LULA A CRUMP. w''o
passed avay two years aao tod2y. Pcb
ruary 24 in:54
HE^ DEVOTED CHILDREN
OYER. WEBSTER. In sad and loving re
membrance of mv dear husband. WFF
STER DYER, who died one year *20 to
day. February 24. lfd»5.
One lone year has passed, dpar husbar'U
But my heart is just the same.
For many silent tears have fallen
At the mention of thy name.
Sunshine passes, shadows fall.
J*ove. remembrance outlasts all:
And though the years be many or few.
They are filled with memories, deaie.t
or e o? vou
HIS LOVING WIFE. MRS. MILDRED
DYER. •
FAIRFAX. JAMES G. In sad and loving
remembrance o' my dear husband.
JAMES G FAIRFAX, who departed th:s
life one year ago today, February 24
10.15.
’Tis not the tears at the moment shed
That tell how loved was the soul that
fled.
Tis the silent tears frequently wept.
DEVOTED WIFE. HELENE FAIRFAX. *
HARRISON. IDA F In loving memorv of
our dear wife and moMpr IDA R HAR
RISON. who departed thi* life eleven
years aao today. February 24. 1025.
Gone, hut not fnreottm
HER HUSBAND AND SON. •
KID WELL. GEORGE R. In loving remem
brance of our dear father. GEOPGE F.
KIDWETL who departed !h:s life ten
years ago today. Fcbruarv °4 t02«>.
THE FAMILY
SMITH. JOSEPHINE. In memory of our
beloved sister. JOSEPHINE SMITH, who
died three years ago today
Gone, but not forgotten.
HER SISTER AND FAMILY. •
SNOWDEN. FANNY G Sacred to the
memory of my dear mother. FANNY G
SNOWDEN, who departed this life nine
vears ago today. February 24. 1927.
In the silent midnight watches
Points a way through endless acr«.
Seen through sorrow-blindine Fears.
Softly comes from out th* silence.
Sweet, as fracrant lily balls.
Keen the faith p.nd trust forever
In the home and ah is well.
DAUGHTER. IRENE HFNDFRSON. *
SNOWDEN. FANNIE GERTRUDE. In sad.
but loving remembrance of our dear
mother. FANNIE GFRTRUDE SNOW
DEN. who departed this life nine years
ago today. February 24. 1927. 4
Gone, but not forgotten.
Keep her. Jesus, in Thy keeping.
Till we reach that shining shore.
Then oh Master, let us have her.
To love her as we did before.
HER DAUGHTERS. RENA, ERNESTINE.
MARY.
UTTERBACK. SILAS T>. In loving Tr.em
orv of my dear hu-oand. S'LAS D UT
TERBACK. rho deported this life five
years ago today. February 24. 1931.
Never forgotten—always near:
Ever remembered—always dear.
HIS LOVING WIFE
WEST, AMANDA: MARSHALL. CLARICE
L.; HUNTER. CHARLES H.: HUNTER.
ANNIE L In sad. but lovinc remem
brance of our loved ones. AMANDA
WEST, who died February 21. 1907;
CLARICE L. MARSHALL, who died Feb
ruary 12. 1932; CHARLES H. HUNTER,
who died January 2*. 1916: ANNIE L.
HUNTER, who died February 10. 1929.
Loved In life, remembered m death.
ANNA E MOULDEN. WALTER H.
WEST. MARION S. HUNTER. •
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